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    Porn Pal Goes Into Detail on "Nightmare" of Anthony Weiner and His "Package"—Is Lawsuit Next?

    Anthony Weiner, Ginger Lee Pierre Zonzon/FilmMagic; Andrew Burton/Getty Images

    Ex-porn star Ginger Lee is sick of Anthony Weiner's "package."

    So sick, in fact, that she called a press conference in New York City today to go into detail about the "nightmare" of having the randy congressman deluge her with sext messages.

    As an added bonus, her lawyer, Gloria Allred (it was only a matter of time, really), was also on had to recite from some of the choicier selections.

    For example:

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    "Alright, my package and I are not going to beg. We both see the hazard of going down the path of comparative sexiness," he wrote Lee in one exchange, after she posted a glowing comment on his Facebook page.

    Another one read: "You aren't giving my package due credit."

    In all, Allred said, there were more than 100 messages from Weiner to Lee.

    Lee denied responding to the emails, saying she was only interacting with him over their shared love of politics.

    "Once the electronic communications began, we did communicate on a fairly regular basis. However, I did not sext Anthony Weiner. I did not send photos to him or receive any from him," she claimed. "Any time that he'd take our communications in a sexual direction, I did not reciprocate. When the tweet regarding his crotch went out, I'd already been told by him about a Twitter sex scandal on the horizon."

    Lee, making doe eyes for the cameras, went on to say that she never thought this would blow up into the huge scandal that it has, and that when it did, Weiner did in fact call her.

    "He asked me to lie about our communication," she said.

    After the initial statement that she claims Weiner helped her prepare on June 2, telling her the story would "calm down and die," she no longer wanted to communicate with the media and went "into hiding."

    "However, things kept getting worse and he and I kept communicating about what I should do," she said. "Once it got to the point that he lied on national television, I knew that anything I said after that was going to have to be a lie."

    Lee says that after staying in the house to avoid photographers, she finally realized that she could no longer go through the "nightmare" and claims at one point she even received threats from an unnamed individual who told her to zip it.

    Although Allred did not specifically mention that some kind of litigation was in the works (she dodged questions to that effect), Lee hammered home the emotional toll the incident has caused her, while Allred noted that Lee "lost income" from her dancing career while she was in hiding.

    As for if Weiner and Lee are in contact any longer, she said they are not. (He has gone into treatment and vanished from the public eye. There was no immediate comment from his camp on the Lee-Allred presser.)

    But Lee is calling for the New York Democrat to quit.

    "I think that Anthony Weiner should resign because he lied to the public and the press for more than a week," she said. "It might never have turned into this if he told the truth, but he kept lying."

    Allred, carefully avoiding the term "stripper," said Lee plans on getting back to work tonight as a "featured dancer" ("a dancer who is featured" is how the attorney actually explained it, laughing) because she needs the cash to support herself.

    Allred also stressed that if Lee is called to testify in the House Ethics Committee's investigation, she will do so.

    We're sure her invite's already in the mail.

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